The purpose of this CCNP GNS3 lab is to gain a better understand of how to configure EIGRP on Cisco IOS routers. In this lab we will use GNS3 to model a simple lab to demonstrate how to configure and verify a basic EIGRP implementation. Additionally we will learn to configure basic ODR, redistribution and […]
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Virtual routing and switching simulator are grate tools to help you prepare for your CCNP exam. However we do know that there are some limitations to it, primarily the lack of switching support and quite a few useful commands. Since Cisco’s CCNP exam series is actually pretty heavy on some of these commands especially in […]
Having host PC workstations and servers available in your lab is very beneficial, it allows the user to check connectivity using commands such as ping and traceroute. It also allows the user to view the ARP tables for looking up connected MAC address.
One important point to remember about iBGP relationships is that iBGP assumes that all of the routers within a single AS are fully meshed. That is, each router is peered to every other router within the same AS. The purpose of this is namely to fix any issues around loop prevention. You’ll recall the BGP […]